The shopkeeper of our online store (KrauseBooks.com) didn't want to let the month of July come to a close without hosting another special sale. Plus, this time she teamed up with shopkeepers of our 'sister stores' to offer the same deal on everything from books about knitting and crocheting to astronomy and vintage cars....
It is estimated that there will be 500,000 buttons available for public viewing, during the 2015 National Button Society's National Convention, July 27-Aug. 1.
Skinner, Inc. is expanding its auction services by establishing a regional office in New York City. "Given our proximity to the city and the number of clients we serve there, our specialists are already highly familiar with the market," said Karen Keene, CEO of Skinner.
In his latest assessments, Ask the Experts' Dr. G. Marchelos, expands on a reader's research regarding a rare silk embroidery military artifact.
In his latest column, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor offers hints for finding trademark info inside the top drawer of a dresser; and provides tips for making a jig to aid in tearing sandpaper.
It's amazing where our antiquing adventures take us, isn't it? Sometimes we have a destination in mind when we start the day, and sometimes we don't, but we end up finding truly magnificent treasures along the way. To help you plan your next outing, or inspire you for future trips, we've selected some of...
An “Electromotograph” telephone receiver, invented by Thomas Edison, soared to $40,000 before the gavel fell during a spring auction at Auction Team Breker. Plus, a collection of about 300 self-playing musical instruments captivated bidders.
The opportunity to make the most of auctions and antique shows is now. Are you ready for the spring antiques season? Whatever your area of interest, or collecting focus, antiquing adventures await you in locations across the country.
Handwritten notes outlining MLK's history-making "Dexter Avenue Church Farewell Address" will headline Heritage Auctions’ Signature Historical Manuscripts auction, set for Oct. 17 In New York.